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The Top Ten Movies of 1927

It’s been 90 years since talkies hit the screens, but silents weren’t done dominating cinema, as we see in our look back at 1927.

The Top Ten of 1925

This week we’ve all been focusing on going back to the future – now it’s time to go forward to the past! Or something. Whatever, we’re looking at 1925.

Reel Rumbles #37: “WALL·E” vs. “Up”

Almost everybody has their favorite film from Pixar Animation Studios. And it’s not surprising; no other studio has enjoyed Pixar’s mind-boggling brand of success. Of eleven feature films, every single one has been a...

Flickchart Film School: 1924

In 1924, two of cinema’s most famous film studios were created. Three companies, Marcus Loew’s Metro Pictures Corporation, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Picutres Company combined to form MGM. The first film...

Flickchart Film School: 1923

In 1923, one of Hollywood’s most famous landmarks was created. The HOLLYWOOD sign, which originally said HOLLYWOODLAND, was built for only $21,000 over the Hollywood Hills. The famous sign was originally created to help...

Flickchart Film School: 1921

In 1921, the United States wanted American cinema to stay American and keep foreign films out of the good ‘ol U.S. Countries like France and Germany were already cultivating an expansive catalog of groundbreaking...